Janus 2016 awarded to the K'asq by the French Institute of Design

22 November 2016 - The first truly wireless earbuds of PKparis just won the Janus award 2016 of the industry,
for their design and their innovation. The Janus is a label of excellence created by the ministerial order of November 13 in 1953, Awarded by the French institute of Design.

Among the first ones released on the market of the wireless earbuds, before Samsung or even Apple whose product is waiting, K’asq the first fully wireless earbuds with 5h of continuous listening have just been greeted by the French Institute of Design for their technological prowess and their French signature of PKparis by his designer Clement Servonnat.
The ultra-nomadic character of the K'asq with their perfect maintenance and their record of 5h battery life, allowing adapting to all the situations and especially in particular the sports practices, allowed the K'asq to stand out among the other products.

Clement Servonnat, designer from PKparis : “The design institute have been really sensitive to our prowess to embark 5h battery life in such a small container, which none of the market players has yet succeeded in, as well as the portable side of the pocket charger which allows to double the battery life and carry with you 10h of total listening. With this product we answer to all the essential needs of the users, and in particular the sportsmen.”

Luc Pierart CEO from PKparis : “K’asq already get a real success in France and we’re going to introduce it to the Americans buyers starting in January. PKparis will be at the CES of Las Vegas to present their new sport range including an innovation Award awarded this time by the CES in the category: Fitness & Sport, A great reward that welcomes our desire to design design products that meet the needs of our customers.”